of days. it will stay with us for one more day before things start to improve. also up in the san francisco, hazy, flag on hd screen, very still. we'll get those winds eventually to transition more to an onshore wind through the next 24 hours. let's get you into the view right now. cold front just offshore, then here is what's so interesting about what's happening. subtropical moisture, flooding up from the south, meeting up with the cold front. we'll get a chance of showers, temperatures cool off for everybody, but with subtropical moisture in place, a little humid the next 24 hours. not quite like tahiti, but you will definitely notice a change in the atmosphere. as far as storm timeline, we'll be cloudy around midnight tonight and for tomorrow morning, 6:00, 7:00, mainly cloud cover across the bay area, but after 7:00 in the morning, we'll keep the chance of showers for the entire day. forecast, a real tough time with the moisture moving up to the south. best possibility of accumulating rain in the north bay. east bay, south bay, and peninsula, more hit and miss. at least that'